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operatives. this article notes that's one of the main functions of the nsa. so you take a look at the embassy closings, they are officially for sunday but they could be extended, and there could be more closings in number. in fact, yesterday we were talking about a number of 21. that was updated overnight to 22 to include the consulate in b basra. they stretch across north africa and the middle east. peter king, who is a republican congressman, the chairman of the homeland security committee, says there is very little doubt to him something serious is being planned. >> let's talk about -- >> it's the most specific i've seen. i don't think i'm giving anything away when you look at the reaction to have 21 embassies being closed shows how seriously our government is taking it. >> and two u.s. officials say this threat is against not just the u.s. but broaden it out, western targets. in fact, britain and germany have also said they are going to close their embassies in yemen. >> and, emily, i think we had the chiron over peter king and that was actually -- we had it as chris hill. that was to be
the heat, of course, over privacy after edward snowden leaked details of nsa snooping. and russia, of course, has given edward snowden temporary asylum keeping him out of the reach of american law enforcement. let's listen to a sound bite we have from president obama during his press conference yesterday. >> no, i don't think mr. snowden was a patriot. the fact is that mr. snowden has been charged with three felon s felonies. if, in fact, he believes that what he did was right, then, like every american citizen, he can come here, appear before the court with a lawyer, and make his case. >> not a patriot, he said, but also admitting that perhaps the reaction and the changes to these programs are happening more swiftly because of the leaks that edward snowden did put out there. >> yeah. i mean, he said that we would get here at this point anyway, but probably not this soon. >> uh-huh. >>> next on "newsroom," the latest on the emotional custody battle between usher and his ex-wife. just days after their 5-year-old son nearly drowned. the great outdoors... ...and a great deal. thanks
've all been so focused on big government, like the nsa, but the future is really your local cops and sheriffs having the power to keep almost constant watch over your neighborhood. a thermal camera so sensitive it detects the footprints of somebody who just walked across a carpet. new digital systemings that may store millions of hours of realtime video. >> you can start to build up a wealth of information. >> reporter: but as americans worry about the federal government's secret surveillance program, there's a wave of local capability just on the horizon from cameras to drones. >> there's a lot of law enforcement agencies and firefighting agencies that are looking to use the technology. >> reporter: well over 1,000 local agencies have applied for drone permits across the country. from police departments in miami-dade and houston, texas, to the ohio department of transportation. >> we're looking at a future where police departments could deploy dozens or even hundreds of these flying robotic video cameras over an entire neighborhood or city. >> reporter: gig ga pixel cameras can
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